Japan is a great place to start a business. The nation is built on hard work and rewards ingenuity, merit, and excellence. It is where dreams come true, especially if you are passionate about the business idea and willing to put in the effort.
The country is also populous enough to provide a large market and don't forget the millions of tourists who grace its shores each year. It is predicted that 21.1 million tourists will travel to Japan in 2023 alone.
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So, you think you have a great business idea and need to set up your own business in Japan. Setting up a company for the first time may seem like a complicated thing to do, but Japan has a relatively simple process for company registration.
To start a small business, you can establish a sole proprietorship, but if you want to share ownership of a business, either with other partners or investors, you need to register a company.
Furusato Nozei is a kind of donation out of income tax that people offer to the local or prefectural governments of their choice, and in response, municipalities repay the donors’ generosity by sending them "thank you gifts". In most cases, the gifts are local specialties.
Foreign residents who work and pay taxes in Japan, can also participate in Furusato Nozei program and receive gifts in return for their donations.